You should normally disable the Local Control setting on your master keyboard to prevent notes from being doubled when you play your keyboard. If you disable Local Control, your keyboard sends notes that you play to Cakewalk, which echoes them to the synthesizer, which plays them only once.When Cakewalk starts, you can have it send a special MIDI message that attempts to disable Local Control automatically. Most modern synthesizers respond to this message. If yours does not, you will need to disable Local Control every time you turn it on for use with Cakewalk.
1. Navigate to the Cakewalk app data directory (%appdata%\Cakewalk\Cakewalk Core) and double-click on the TTSseq.ini file to open it.
2. In the [Options] section, add the line:
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